Hungry In Liverpool And On A Budget? See Top 3 Places To Eat Under £10

Moose Coffee

First up we have Moose Coffee. This authentic US breakfast bar is inspired by the American culture of making breakfast the best meal of the day. Boasting an incredible range of both sweet and savoury options, Moose’s all day breakfast menu offers stacks of pancakes and waffles covered in maple syrup with bacon to top it off. If you prefer something more savoury in the mornings, why not try the ‘Mighty Moose’ (£7), fit for anyone with a hunger for organic bacon, homemade hash browns and organic eggs, this cosmopolitan café offers generous portions using quality ingredients and is further supported by the animated team that offer a first class service. Currently there are two branches, one in Crosby and one on Dale Street with a third yet to open on Hope Street.

Mowgli

A new edition to the creative hub of Bold Street has been a hit with the locals as Mowgli becomes the new place to try out sensational Indian street food bursting with flavour. The simple décor of wooden benches and clipboard menus provides you with a laidback atmosphere in which you don’t feel rushed to finish your food and leave, instead this restaurant embraces the authenticity of the food by serving the Indian street market dishes as and when they are ready. The small menu ranges from street meat curries, a vast amount of vegetarian options including temple dhal (£3.95) and the fenugreek kissed fries (£3.50) and a risky opportunity to play food roulette where four tiers of vegetarian and non-vegetarian offerings are chosen by the chef, as it is in India.

Lucha Libre

From the Mexican themed interior to the heavenly tequila based cocktails Lucha Libre offers an extensive meal, ranging from small to large plates with a selection of street foods to meet every Mexican lover’s expectations. You will not be disappointed with the burritos bursting at their seems or the selection of tacos filled with the finest imported Mexican ingredients accompanied by a lively atmosphere with a backdrop of classic and contemporary music to suit everyone. Alongside the classic dinner menu Lucha recently introduced a brunch menu that ranges from chorizo Heuvas Rancheros to roasted avocado tacos that are available Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 4pm.

 

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